Brazil’s economy is shrinking, the unemployment rate is skyrocketing and its government has been caught lying about its ability to solve its own economic woes.
But what makes Brazil’s ghost nation so special is that unlike many other countries in Latin America, its government is entirely dependent on its military.
The country’s military is the main force in the country, and has the authority to declare martial law if necessary.
In recent years, however, Brazil’s military has been struggling to maintain the country’s stability, and in 2016 the military was forced to disband after the country faced a wave of popular unrest.
Brazil is the only country in the Americas that doesn’t have a fully functioning civilian government.
The only thing that makes Brazil different from other countries is the military.
And unlike many of the other countries that have been decimated by a lack of funding or a lack-of-resources, the Brazilian military is thriving.
The Military has always had an enormous amount of power in Brazil, and despite some missteps in recent years the military has managed to keep its grip on the country.
This has led to a situation in which the military is able to take control of the economy and the political system.
Brazil’s economic woes are one of the major reasons why Brazilians have chosen to secede from the country in protest.
Brazil has one of Latin America’s largest oil reserves, and the country is known for being one of its biggest producers.
It also has one the world’s biggest reserves of gold, and it has also one of world’s most stable governments.
However, the country has also been struggling economically in recent times.
The national debt has grown by almost 40 percent in the past few years, and is currently around $400 billion, more than double what it was in 2010.
Brazil also has the world top-ranked unemployment rate, which is currently hovering around 6.5 percent.
But despite the country experiencing a huge economic crisis and a political vacuum, Brazilians seem to be willing to stay put.
This is because Brazilians don’t have to worry about getting rich.
In fact, they have been able to prosper in the face of this economic hardship, despite a high rate of poverty and high levels of unemployment.
According to the World Bank, Brazil has the highest percentage of people living in extreme poverty in the world, and more than half of Brazilians live in extreme hardship.
These facts make Brazil one of only a handful of countries in the region that is actually experiencing an economic crisis.
Brazilians are also proud of their military.
Many people claim that the military’s role in the nation is the reason for the countrys prosperity.
The military has historically played a major role in keeping Brazil’s government stable and has also helped in stabilizing the economy.
The armed forces are considered a symbol of Brazil’s independence and a symbol that Brazilians believe in their countrys sovereignty.
The nation’s military also serves as a symbol for the nations people and for the Brazilian people as a whole.
The presence of the armed forces in Brazil is also a symbol as to how strong Brazilians belief in their government.
Many Brazilians also claim that Brazil’s soldiers are a symbol, too.
While the military may have a certain amount of legitimacy in Brazil because of its size, the military itself is a symbol because of the countryans support for its military and the nation’s national pride.
In a recent interview with Vice President Jorge Capitanich, the current president of Brazil, Dilma Rousseff, was asked whether Brazilians military is a military that is above the law or an army that can take control and use its power to do anything.
Capitanitch responded that the Brazilian army has always been a part of the Brazilian national security.
The truth is, the entire military is an instrument of the state, Capitaniche said.
The Armed Forces has been one of Brazils most powerful tools in maintaining stability in the state.
It is also one that has helped the country to become one of, if not the, most prosperous country in Latin American.
However if there is one thing the Brazilian Military does not understand, it is that it is not above the laws.
The Brazilian Military is a tool of the government, but it is also an instrument that is used by the people as an instrument to achieve their goals.
If the Brazilian government had its way, it would be impossible to have the military on the same level as the Brazilian state.
The Brazilians government is trying to keep the military independent from the government and keep the armed services out of the hands of the national government.
However Capitanic said that it would not be possible for the military to become a true national army, and would require a complete overhaul of the military and its relationship to the national state.
While Capitanis words were not as drastic as some of the actions he has taken in recent months, it still seems as if the Brazilian President is pushing for a complete rethinking of the relationship between the military, the state and the people. Brazil